How can we guarantee that our data is really anonymous or that there is no risk to privacy? The answer to this question is simple: absolute guarantees do not exist. That is why it is so important to invest in R&D to advance in this type of techniques.
Florence Nightingale is considered the forerunner of the modern professional nursing and creator of the first conceptual model of this profession.
Kathleen McNulty was one of the six women who programmed the ENIAC, the first digital computer and, nowadays, her story is the protagonist of a film.
Digitalisation of the agri-food industry is one of the main priorities of the R&D&i policy in Europe but why is it important to accelerate this process? But why is it important to accelerate this process? What system do we propose? Here’s why!
Our today’s female referent is, more than a technologist, a real business woman. Virginia “Ginni” Rometty is an electrical engineer, entrepreneur and the first female CEO of IBM, a position she currently holds.
New episode of the ‘Women in Technology’ series, this time dedicated to a modern researcher: Fei-Fei Li. She is Professor of Computer Science, Co-Director of Stanford University’s Human-Centered AI Institute and one of the most prolific active technologist at Artificial Intelligence (AI) field.
Successful Hollywood actress and scientist, her biggest contribution to ICT world was in the wireless communications sector. Lamarr’s technology was used to control communications and nowadays it is working in mobile networks, Bluetooth devices and WiFi.
Considered a pioneer in the radioactivity field, this famous Polish-French scientist was the first woman to become a professor at Sorbonne University in Paris. Our colleague Alicia remembered her that way.
New episode of the ‘Women in Technology’ series. Today, International Women’s Day, this post couldn’t be dedicated anybody but her: Ada Lovelace. Considered the first woman programmer in history, Lovelace has been the most mentioned reference by our colleagues, maybe for being a pioneer in a world -the Mathematics and Science- reserved exclusively for […]
March is the women’s month and at Gradiant you can read every Friday a post on reference technologists. Today, the Queen of open source hardware and CEO of Adafruit, Limor Fried.
We are beginning a new section of Women in Technology introducing Jude Milhon, programmer, writer and one of the first female hackers in history, as well as a strong advocate for cyber-rights.
After five intense days and 10,600 kilometres, our team moved to the city Elvis sang to for showcasing new Gradiant’s solution to prevent document fraud. They tell us what happened at Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) and what technology trends we should be aware of during 2019